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. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is the 10:00 thinks on ktvu channel 2 news. a truck collides with a bicyclist in san francisco. this time, witnesses tell us it was the cyclist who was at fault. >> sometimes it's the car, sometimes it's the pedestrian, but it is always tragic. >> good evening, i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. another bicyclist was hit by a vehicle in san francisco tonight. it comes as the city experiences a wave of terrific
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injuries and death. new details now from ktvu channel 2 news' ken wayne. he is live at the south of market neighborhood and he tells us why the bicyclist was at fault in this case. ken? >> reporter: julie, this bicyclist is very lucky. she was going the wrong way on a one-way street and she was hit by a tow truck. yet she survived. it happened before sunset during the busy evening commute. police say the bicyclist was going the wrong way on folsom street and ran right into the intersection at 7th. >> the light was green for the northbound traffic. she would have been able to determine which way her lights were going. >> reporter: the woman is only identified as about 40 with possible broken bones an a concussion. >> if anybody is riding the wrong way, no matter the vehicle they are on, they are up for some real problems.
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>> reporter: and marin bikes right on the corner of the crash scene, there were plenty of opinions about the recent rash of accidents in the city. there have been several pedestrian related accidents in just the last week. >> you see a lot of hurt people really bad. and unfortunately, everybody is at fault at this point it seems like, you know. sometimes it's a car, sometimes it's a pedestrian, but it is always tragic. >> reporter: gustavo fernandez came in to buy lights for his car after hearing about this crash. >> it is dangerous. >> reporter: ironically, the crash happened where there is a new bake lane. you don't always have to be right to survive. >> we have to share this small space with a big population. on a bicycle, on car, or foot, we have to learn how to share the space. >> reporter: police say they
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are looking at a surveillance camera that may have captured the crash. the driver of that tow truck stopped and is cooperating with the police. he does not face any charges now. live if san francisco, ken wayne, ktvu channel 2 news. across town in the richmond district, a pedestrian was struck by a car tonight on gary boulevard in fourth avenue about ten minutes before 7:00. here is a picture now of the scene. the fire department tells us the pedestrian was taken to kaiser hospital and the driver of the lexus stayed on the scene and was cooperating with police. taxicab drivers in san francisco want police to get involved with online ride share services. they say drivers like those for uber are not properly concerned ken pritchett? >> reporter: the fight between these taxicab services and the ride share services is not new.
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but the argument we heard before the police commission hark is relatively new. in union square, it is easy to spot the taxis, but other cars are available only through online sites like uber. >> they call these personal ride services tncs . we tall them illegal taxis. >> reporter: tonight before the san francisco police commission, taxi drivers asked police officers to cite these private web hire drivers. why? >> we believe the department has probable cause to stop any such vehicle for operating without insurance. >> reporter: their argument stems from a new year's eve accident in the tenderloin. a family of three hit by a car. a six-year-old was killed. the driver said he worked for uber. the company said he did not have a fare at the time.
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the company's $1 million per incident insurance policy only covers drivers on a call. >> that is pretty ridiculous. what if taxis were only inshoed on a call? >> reporter: there is an insurance gap. the commission says the complaint was for another agency at a fight bigger than just insurance. >> there are drivers that would like to kill off uber and i think that would be terrible for residents and visitors in san francisco. >> reporter: sew supervisor scott wiener calls the system broken and it is not their role to make new rules for this upstart industry. >> i don't think takeing the ruling for the cab industry and just putting them on uber and other ride sharing services makes sense. >> reporter: these online ride sharing services will eventually face new regulations from the state, but the real battle between these parties will likely unfold in the
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courts. in san francisco, ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. now, to breaking news out of the south bay where swat teams swarmed a san jose neighborhood tonight for what turned out to be a hoax. these are live pictures from the scene. santa clara county sheriff's deputies heard about a man with a woman shot and bombs on the property. they went to fruitvale avenue. they determined the report was a hoax and cleared the scene. we are now working to find out more about that original call that led to the response by swat. antioch police say the 43- year-old man who admitted to ktvu he kidnapped a seven-year- old girl is now charged with committing a lewd act on a child. the judge agreed to postpone his formal arraignment until he is assigned a public defender.
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douglas is due back in court next wednesday. he is facing six felony counts including kidnapping for sexual purposes with the use of a deadly or dangerous weapon. and possession of material depicting someone under 18 engaging in sexual activity. douglas said it was a plea for help in this jailhouse interview. he told us he did not touch the little girl or abuse her in any way. new at 10:00, governor jerry brown has upped his schedule by one day and plans to bring out details of his project tomorrow. brown's new budget totals $155 billion in spending. he says california has turned a corner after a decade of deficits. the governor also says caution is needed so the state doesn't encounter new financial problems. he wants california to pay down its debt so it is wiped out in
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the next three to four years. here are some of the high points in the budget. $70billion for schools k-12. that is an increase of $22 billion from the last budget. the governor is also proposing 670 million in new healthcare spending for mental health, dental care, and sub dance abuse. he wants welfare checks increased by 5% and his budget has a rainy day fund of $1.6 billion. the federal government has suspended activity at a foster farm after cockroaches were seen in the plant. it is one of three in central california under investigation for nationwide salmonella out break. in a statement, foster farms says it has temporarily stopped operations to allow for enhanced sanitizing to take place. the usda says the plant will
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remain closed until foster farms has a plan to eliminate the cockroaches. health officials are reporting the first two deaths from the h1n1 flu virus. a 63-year-old man with health problems and a 48-year-old woman who was healthy died monday. neither had a flu shot. we talked with a doctor saying the flu vaccine is the most evictive way to fight the virus even if it is not completely effective. >> the flip side is that i would rather have something that will protect me 60 to 70% of the time as opposed to zero. it is not a perfect vaccine. >> the doctor sads too many of us are used to the flu, but 15 to 35,000 people die of influenza in this country every year. the medical center is seeing so many people with flu symptoms, they set up a tent to take care of the patients.
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it helps to isolate those with the flu bug. they use it to treat people who do not need to be admitted. they plan to set up a large tent tomorrow. coming none five minutes, how the up tick in flu cases is affecting the blood supply. the critical need for donations right now. the city attorney's office in san francisco is reviewing a claim filed by the parents of the 16-year-old girl who died after being hit by two fire trucks following the asiana plane crash. the claim accuses firefighters of knowingly putting her in harm's way. the legal claim also says the fire department failed to train firefighters to avoid hitting victims at disaster scenes. asiana flight 214 burst into flames to land. she was alive before she was hit by two fire trucks. a series of thefts at a bay area hospital has employees on
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edge tonight. we received a tip about the burglaries at san francisco general just last night. ktvu ktvu >> reporter: the san francisco general hospital serves 100,000 patients a year, but staffers say some visitors are leaving with stolen items. >> people are upset, yeah. >> reporter: dr. john works in the medicine building. >> our office was broken into two days ago. >> reporter: he says they are seeing an increase of thefts of personal items, cameras, purses, stolen during the day of after office hours. >> they got through from the adjacent building. the door between the two buildings is normally closed, but they were able to open the door with some kind of jam. >> has there been an up tick? >> i don't think so.
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>> reporter: the sheriff's captain says the crimes are happening closer together in an open campus with an open number of windows and doors. >> there were lots of items in there that were stolen because an office door was left open. >> reporter: the sheriff's department issued a warning bulletin. >> don't leave your doors open. secure your penalty personal items. >> reporter: they are evaluating security practices. the sheriff's department myths next week to provide a safety and security update. david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. and if you have an idea for two investigates, we want to hear from you. e-mail your idea to 2investigates@ktvu.com. broken needles and empty bod les in front of a boys and girls club. >> i see people snorting stuff and shooting up. >> the dangerous gauntlet that
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some bay area children have to navigate. >> some spots barely saw a drizzle. we will tell you when you can we will tell you when you can expect more rain. [poof!] [beep] [clicks mouse] nice office. how you doing? good. automatic discounts the moment you sign up. ♪ i'm on the hunt, i'm after you ♪
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amber lee explains the factors contributeing to the shortage. >> reporter: it is quick, painless, and saves lives. >> it is not very hard to do. >> reporter: but post holiday blood donations are in the red. >> a handful of cancellations everyday. we get a lot of cancellations from sick donors. >> reporter: these near empty shelves are usually stocked with o positive blood. but now there is only a two-day supply. january is typically a slow month for donations and the center says all blood types are needed. ingly would say it is very critical because we don't see an end to cold and flu season any time soon. to, as we keep getting cancellations, we are not going to be able to build our supply. >> reporter: this center supplies blood toiseach bay area hospitals. these donors are regulars providing a lifeline for the center and the recipients of
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their generous gift. >> you do walk away with a feeling of satisfaction for helping other people. >> reporter: steve says he has been donating blood for 15 years and it took on a new meaning when his son had cancer and needed the blood of others. >> i was very thankful for whoever it was that had done what all of us today here are doing that helped him out. >> reporter: the blood center says it is only receiving about half the usual amount of donations. donors can make an appointment or just drop in. in palo alto, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. a transgender student from hercules high school who claim to be a victim of bullying is being charged with battery. on november 15, 16-year-old jewelyes gutierrez was involved in a fight with three girls and it was caught on video. she says she has asked school officials for help but the bullying continued so she fought back. the sophomore is now charged
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with misdemeanor battery. >> it sends a message to bullies that you can bully individuals and that adults will then further victimize the person that you have been tormenting. >> no charges were filed against the other people involved. gutierrez's sister has started an online petition to drop the charges. a question on repealing the state law extending rights to transgender students will be on the ballot. they want to repeal the law that allows transgender students to use bathrooms and sports based on gender identity. there may not be enough valid signatures to put the initiative on the ballot. counties have until february 24 to verify all of the signatures. two people are recovering
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tonight from injuries they suffered in an explosion at a south san francisco bio tech firm. it happened this afternoon in a laboratory at the amjon complex. the two workers were taken to a hospital. one of them suffered facial burned and was reported in critical condition. this was not the first time a worker has been hurt at that facility. in may, a worker for a waste disposal company was burned while collecting waste there. the tesoro oil refinery in martinez has agreed to pay fines in air pollution penalties. it covers a total of 35 alleged violations between 2009 and 2011. twos in accidents if 2010 shut down the refinery. the bay area said they have since made improvement. with no significant rain in sight, the marin municipal water district is putting tout
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call to conserve. mike mibach with the places they are asking for this. >> reporter: the ground is cracked and dry. >> it has not rained in a lodge time. >> reporter: no, it hasn't. this is a pocket of marin county looking desolate and dreary. the reservoir here is 40 fourth quarter 5% at capacity. what does that mean? in an average rainy season, i wouldn't be able to stand here because i would be underwater. >> it is surprising. not in a good way. >> reporter: the marin municipal water district launched a new ad campaign urging resident to cut back on uses. she says 2013 was the driest calendar year on record in marin. ingly would say the number one message is to turn off the irrigation system. >> reporter: hoses and trip
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systems are not mandatory. >> the time has come to turn it off. >> reporter: some folks are all for the voluntary cutback. >> probably shorter showers. just get a little smarter with the dishes. do a little less laundry activity. >> reporter: the marin my necessarial water district says if there is no significant rain by april 1, customers could have cut backs. the worst calendar year in recorded history for the country and so far, in 2014, it is a little of the same. mike mibach, ktvu channel 2 news. it is clouds out there now. i have the radar sweeping. last night at this time, we had some showers. we might see some drizzle as well. check out the computer model. there is coastal fog, a little valley fog. just a little drizzle showing up as we move into the noon hour, things clear out. look up here to the north.
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something coming in toward the weekend. saturday, that looks like it really will brings good chance of rain in the bay area. so when i come back at 10:45, we will be all over this one up here. we could see drizzle. fog along the coast, and temperatures tomorrow where they were today. up ears and low 60s . back here at 10:45. bart is moving forward with plans to purchase new rail cars. they placed an order for 365 new cars at a new york manufacturing plant. the first ten are expected to arrive in the spring of next year for testing. delivery on the rest of the 775 rail cars is scheduled to begin in early 2017. still ahead, macy's announces thousands of layoffs. then at 10:30, drummers honor the life of a 13-year-old cut short. how family and friends are remembering him. but
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>> city council members are frustrated saying the city clerk is not doing her job. it has been more than a year without an official record of council meetings. >> reporter: frustrations spilled out into the council meeting when david durant said it was hard to keep record of past official meetings because there were no minutes. >> staff didn't feel like it had the power or the authority to do anything about getting minutes done because it was the function of the city clerk who is an elected official. >> reporter: today city clerk kim limcule says she is going forward with a plan to post short summaries of the meetings as soon as possible. >> this has been a real on the
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job learning experience. >> reporter: she says her job is to present an accurate record of what happened at the council meetings and that doesn't mean recording it verbatim. >> we have the record setting eight hour, ten hour plus meetings. doing a verbatim meeting doesn't make sense. >> reporter: the council meetings are available for anyone to wap online. something citizens and council members say is time consuming. >> i understand that frustration, but people are able to see the proceedings and the agenda items and finalizes resolutions which reflect whether a vote has been taken. >> reporter: the it is clerk is paid a little more than $7,000 a year. now they are looking at how much it would cost to bring in a professional minutes taker. they are wanting to put the mat tore the voters to make it a city job so future clerks could be disciplined.
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in pleasant hill, christian captain, ktvu channel 2 news. it will cost millions of dollars in additional rent. the fast track were supposed to move into a new office building within the next few months but the building isn't going to be ready until the middle of next year. so, today, the bay area toll authority overeight committee approved a $5.4 million lease to pay for a temporary office building for fast track. macy's announced thousands of layoffs today and a handful of store closings. 2500 workers will be laid off nationwide. the retail giant is closing five st oars, but none here in the bay area. they say this is part of a restructuring plan to save about $100 million this year. wall street ended the day mixed. >> lots of empty bottles of foods right in front of a boys
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and girls club. what we have learned about how this is part of a much bigger problem. >> former defense secretary robert gate's new book includes criticism of the obama administration. the president made it clear how he feels. >> first a quick reminder you can watch the big 49ers game right here on ktvu. the pregame coverage starts at 8:30 in the morning, kickoff
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and classmates. drummer at alliance academy celebrated the short life of lee weathersby the third. one was silent. it belonged to the eighth grader who played in the school band. he was remembered for his smile and determination. he raised his hand and had the right ants. his mother broke down in tears. >> they murdered my baby though. they murdered by baby. on his way home, who would do something like this? a 13-year-old child. >> speakers ask student to pay their respects to lee by spreading a message of peace. his mother says she still feels her son's presence and her. lee weathersby was killed walking home from the boys and girls club. the president of that club says children in that neighborhood face dangers everyday. tonight, we have an example of those problems. we revisited a bus stop some say is a magnet for crime.
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jana katsuyama is in oakland with the surprising conditions she found tonight. jana? >> reporter: frank, there are bus stops like this around the bay area. not all of them are as clean as this one. we found one in east oakland that has become a magnet for crime and where children pass everyday. it is a bus stop at international boulevard and 85th avenue being used by more than passengers. the broken needled and the trash tell a larger story about what children in the neighborhood have to see everyday. >> i see people snorting stuff and shooting up. >> reporter: the shell services right in front of a boys and girls club. and a church. >> little kids have to walk past here. there are bums and crack heads and that is not good for their environment. >> reporter: this father says he won't let his son walk alone
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to the club. there is everything from drug use, drug dealing, sex, people using the shelter as a toilet. many people want the bus shelter removed completely. >> i don't want to see what they do. >> what do they do? >> something they have no business doing. >> we serve kid ages eight to 17 and they have to pass that to get to and from the church and the school. >> reporter: last may, we highlighted the problems when someone stole a gold chain from a member of the allen temple baptist church. crews consider sent to clean up the site. but now people say it is as bad as before. >> it makes for a culture in which this kind of thing can fester and persist. >> reporter: we reached the vice president of clear channel outdoor who sent us a statement saying we wish to make these
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places as safe and clean as possible. we welcome the opportunity to work closer the city residents and the law enforcements when using any shelters we maintain. that vice president tells me they service that bus stop more than once a week, but the club says they just want that shelter torn down or the bus stop relocated to another place. reporting live in oakland, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. the attorney for the family of a 13-year-old girl who has been declared brain dead after a tonsil surgery last month is speaking out from twitter. christopher dolan says doctors are optimistic that jahi mcmath's condition has stabilized and her health is improving from when she was taken to children's hospital oakland. he also says jahi is now gets the treatment she should have gotten 28 days ago and he confirmed that procedures to insert a breathing and feeding tube on jahi were a success.
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for the second time in two days, a u.s. military helicopter has been involved in a deadly crash. tonight, the two sailers are dead and one is missing after a navy helicopter crashed into an ocean off virginia it it happened 20 miles off the coast of norfolk. helicopter crews scanned the wooders for the missing sailors throughout the day. two crew members were rescued and are in the hospital tonight. one is listed in serious condition. the cause of the crash is not immediately known. yesterday, a u.s. air force helicopter on a training mission crashed off the coast of england during a training exercise. all four of the crew members were killed. the white house is pushing back against scathing criticism from former defense secretary robert gates. he singles out vice president joe biden and offered mixed opinions about president obama. they went to extra lengths for
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the vice president. >> reporter: today this show of support. rare access to this lunch allowed by the white house sorely needed for biden after a scathing critique called him "wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades." former defense secretary gates was a republican hold overrer appointed by the bush administration, but has a reputation of being bipartisan. his new tell-all book at times praises president obama, but slams him for the troop increase in afghanistan saying think doesn't believe in his own strategy. doesn't consider the war to be his. for him, it is all about getting out and say it is commander-in-chief was skeptical if not outright convinced it would fail. the white house says the president dis agrees with secretary gate's assessment. >> it is well known the pit has
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been committed to disrupting al- qaeda while assuring we have a path for winding down the war. >> reporter: the president praised gate's style. >> it is a reminder that civility and discourse and citizenship over partisanship are not part of a by gone era. >> reporter: the book won't hit the shelves until next week. >> he is entitled to his comments just like anyone else. >> reporter: but the shock wave ins washington have already started. three years ago today, a gunman opened fire in tucson, arizona, critically wounding then congresswoman gabby gifford and cutting short the lives of six people. today, the victims were remembered with ceremonies across the city. one of the 13 people who survived the shooting says she
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will never forget holding the hand of christina taylor graham as she took her last breath. she says she looks at the commemoration of how tucson came together and how total strangers saved her life. gabby gifford was shot in the head. she has spent three years trying to walk and talk again. she marked the anniversary sky diving. her friend says gifford was the least nervous person on the plane. how some teenagers are repurposing i cigarettes to get high in class. >> it may not be much, but i'm measuring the year's first rai
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>> the other shoe drops for same sex newlyweds in the state of utah. the governor says they will not recognize same sex marriages performed. the ban was ruled unconstitutional and the state began performing same sex marriages but on monday, the u.s. supreme court halt the marriages while the state appeals the ruling. a speaks woman for the attorney general say it is state does not intend tondo the marriages, but the process is frozen meaning newly married same sex couples applying for benefits for spouses or adopting children will have those actions put on hold. it is being called bridge gate and it could hurt any aspirations that chris christie could have for the white house. he is attributed to a huge
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traffic mess on the george washington bridge last september. the messages suggest christie aids wanted political retaliation on the fort lee mayor for not supporting christie's election campaign. the governor says this type of behavior is unacceptable and i will not tolerate it. oakland police are stepping up efforts to solve the killing of an emeryville man who was shot and killed six months after after a minor traffic accident. investigators released a photo a four-door silver sedan. they say the killer likely drove off in this car after shooting akano. >> please ask yourself if it is just and fair that people can commit such a senseless crime and be never held accountable for it. >> his family and friends have raised enough money for a
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$100,000 reward and put up billboards in the hope that will lead to information about nakano's murder. google is offering a new way to shuttle its employees to work. it is now offering rides on a ferry on a test basis. the shuttle buses have been the target of protests like this one. demonstrators blame for them driving up rents. living near a corporate bus stop can add 20% to housing costs. now google is trying something different and you are look t at it there. this is a video of a boat similar to the one google is using. the ferry service started monday on a trifle basis from san francisco to the south bay. ahead tonight, a peek at the silicon valley auto show. the new cars you will find there when that show opens tomorrow. >> our chief meteorologist is bake in five minutes with the chance for rain. chance for rain. plus, young in touch with the ground ♪ ♪ i'm on the hunt, i'm after you ♪
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>> new at 10:00, the highway patrol is sounding off on a new way kids are getting high. teens are converting e- cigarettes and they could be getting high at school without people knowing. >> reporter: kids can learn a lot at school. some lessons come from textbooks. some are learned after class on the streets. specifically, the information superhighway. >> we are talking about electronic e-cigarette. >> >> reporter: there are tutorials for everything you don't want your kid to know including a drug tend to use thc oil in e-cigarettes. >> kids are able to use these
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vaporizers in the classroom. >> reporter: without teachers realizing it. the ones converted to use thc have no smell and no smoke. just vapor. >> you can be in somebody's house using this and not know they have used it. >> reporter: vaporizers like these are used by medical marijuana patients. this is like throwing back shots. it is more powerful. that may be okay for medical marijuana card carrying adults, but for kids. >> if they used it without any supervision, they could use too much. >> reporter: in richmond, students are under the watchful eye of security guards, cameras, and staff who are trying to keep up with trends. >> we are actively on the internit trying to do our research to stay ahead. if that is possible. because if it is on the internet, we are behind.
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>> reporter: drug trends change so rapidly, some of them are not in the handbook. things like thc oil and e- cigarettes have to be added next year. in richmond, noelle walker, ktvu channel 2 news. we are getting an idea of what candlestick bark area will look like after the state yum is torn down. they want to include 16 blocks of new development, parks, and more than 1500 new homes. 800 of which would be designated affordable homes. near, the griffith housing project would be rebuilt. in the south bay tonight, organizers are gearing up for the international auto show. the four-day event kicks off tomorrow at the san jose conception center. the show features hundreds of
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caring including hybrids and electric models. in of the vehicles will be available for a test drive, but sales are prohibited at the auto show. this event runs thursday through sunday. a few light sprinkles showed up last night along the coast. look at the drizzle accumulations. they were pretty light. but we had some showing up in the rain gauge. in the san francisco airport, two one-hundredth. one one-hundredth in mountain view. i think the roads will be a little wet tomorrow morning. these are the numbers we are showing, that shows up today for the national weather service highs. 60 in santa rosa. 60 in antioch. 60 in san rafael. temps tomorrow a lot like these. rain to the north, it is sort of just right there. that is good looking rain. but the jet stream dynamics are there and all northover our area. that is why we will not see any
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significant rainfall until that jet stream drops down. that could happen as we head into the bay area saturday. not a big storm, but more rain. maybe a tenth of an inch of rain. not enough, but more than what we will see tomorrow morning. partly crowd cloudy tonight. temperatures in the upper 30s , low 40s . saturday, more clouds and a slight chance of a shower. there are two weather systems we are tracking. the one for tomorrow that slides through. when it does, it misses us. it will be cloudy, drizzlely in the morning, clear out. in the second system, saturday's system, doesn't slide through so quickly. goes a little slower and covering more of the bay area and will drop into the fremont area. we could see light rainfall. a tenth of an inch. a hundredth of an inch. a tenth of an inch in santa rosa. the forecast model, there is coastal fog and a little drizzle. here is your thursday afternoon. here is your friday. and here is your friday afternoon and here comes
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saturday. here it comes right there. there is the system and it slides through. i know, it is not impressive but that is all i have for you. the forecast highs, um every 50s and low 50s . maybe a little drizzle on the roadways. the five-day forecast, there are clouds everywhere. we are not seeing a lot of precipitation because the jet stream is so far to the north. a big football game coming up sunday. here are the conditions in carolina, temperature ins the 50s . far cry from last sunday. green bay, oh my gosh. >> what a difference. all right, thanks bill. >> thank you bill. well an update now on the hoax in san jose tonight that led to a large response from swat officers. we heard the original call came in to 911 from a cell phone. the caller said a man was holed up inside a house on fruitv hah le avenue where two people were shot and bombed. the swat officers responded around 8:45 tonight. they discovered the house was vacant and no one was living
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there. they cleared the scene about 9:55 this evening. well you knew the streak was going to end at some point. unfortunately, it ended for the warriors tonight. >> over like christmas baby. >> it was a great road trip, though, but not historically great. nothing wrong with that. not many teams even sniff a ten- game win streak, but it looked like the long trip and the second half of a back to back caught one them in brooklyn. plenty of fans doing the right thing and showing up. spike lee was there rooting for the warriors. the nets stormed back. a buzzer beater at halftime. what a way to go into intermission, but they refused to buckle in the second half. joe johnson with a slash and a slam. he led everybody with 27 on the nets. steph curry led the warriors with 34. golden state up by one.
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i tell you what killed them again. the turnover, 18 of them tonight. right here, down three, ten seconds left. curry gave it up. golden state, one bucket. and they lose by four, but headed home with nothing to hang their heads about. evidently, time does not heal all wounds. those offended by the so-called steroid era in baseball might be happy to know that so-called performance enhancing luminaries had the door slammed on them. instead, frank thomas, first ever designated hit tore go to cooperstown. 52. 521 lifetime homers. he will join greg maddux. 355 career wins, most by any living career pitcher.
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